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16.04.14 Pioneering research unveils new method for quantifying people-related risks within the LNG industry

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has joined forces with global workforce solutions provider Air Energi Group, to develop a solution to one of the biggest challenges facing the oil and gas industry worldwide - identifying and analysing workforce-related risks.

16.04.14 People with diabetes urged to take step in right direction

Thousands of Australians with diabetes are needlessly having feet and parts of their legs amputated with just one in two attending foot clinic screenings.

16.04.14 Media Advisory: Underwater robotocist available for comment on seafloor search for MH370

Dr Matthew Dunbabin is available to talk about the use and capabilities of underwater robots in the search for the Malaysia Airlines plane.

15.04.14 Australia-Harvard Fellowship brings world-leading 'biofab' researcher to QUT

Ground-breaking QUT research into the 3D printing of replacement body parts such as bone and breast tissue could be translated into clinical settings to benefit patients much sooner, thanks to an upcoming collaboration with Harvard's Professor Ali Khademhosseini.

15.04.14 Double jeopardy threat to force farmers from land

Countless farmers trapped in a "double jeopardy" scenario will be forced from the land unless urgent institutional changes are made, a QUT economist says.

15.04.14 Stars align for QUT Classic fun run on Sunday, May 4

The stars have aligned for the 2014 QUT Classic! This year's fun run around central Brisbane not only promises a fantastic family day out - it also coincides with International Star Wars Day.

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11.04.14 Fighting Parkinson’s with the power of dance
09.04.14 Local bands wanted for century of songs
09.04.14 Call for reason in public service social media policy
09.04.14 Never mind the half yearly ‘clearance’, DJs is on sale
09.04.14 Free childhood obesity program comes to Toowoomba
08.04.14 Inaugural Australian Taiwanese Business Awards open for entries
08.04.14 PIA pays homage to legendary QUT urban planner, Phil Heywood
08.04.14 Public servants face cyberbullying: New QUT survey
07.04.14 QUT’s swim belt could prove gold in the pool
03.04.14 Social media at work: new study probes boundaries between public and private use
02.04.14 QUT’s CEA creative enterprise fund makes first investment
01.04.14 QUT names Volunteer of the Year Award winners
31.03.14 QUT's Health Law Research Centre welcomes Professor Belinda Bennett
14.04.14 QUT News and Events Wrap
27.03.14 Type 2 Diabetes? QUT has a personalised online program to better manage your condition
27.03.14 When it’s more than just a flesh wound
26.03.14 QUT welcomes outgoing Governor-General to Gardens Point
26.03.14 Can baby boomers hand over their keys and stay connected?
26.03.14 We’re happy to have pharmacists give us flu jabs and vaccines, but not our kids
25.03.14 Parents urged to be safer with baby slings: New study
25.03.14 Recovering from bankruptcy: new QUT legal research centre investigates
24.03.14 Research points to national referee bias
24.03.14 LGBTIQ students find an ally in Nathan
20.03.14 Air Energi and QUT unveil people-related risks within the LNG industry
20.03.14 World-first PTSD research starts in Brisbane
20.03.14 Palliated starvation a legal and ethical form of assisted dying: lecture
19.03.14 UV exposure found to lower folate levels in young women
18.03.14 New centre will give robots the gift of sight
17.03.14 Psst! Want to know how to improve plants? Whisper to their genes
14.03.14 QUT Business School scores another win in international competition
14.03.14 New prostate cancer treatments to be fast-tracked
13.03.14 How clean are our hospitals?
13.03.14 Imagination could be key to beating booze
12.03.14 Novel apps amp up luxury labels’ brand identity
12.03.14 Women aren’t driving rising Caesarean rates: healthcare providers are
11.03.14 Aussie grass could hold key to addressing world food shortage
07.03.14 Women’s widespread inequality and rape as a weapon of war
07.03.14 Supermarket concentration means better service and prices
06.03.14 Taking power: hands-on engineering day for year 9 and 10 female students
05.03.14 Law study seeks volunteers to enhance understanding of making a will
04.03.14 Authorities should treat smoke events as disasters: QUT experts
03.03.14 Comm Bank CEO defends bank profits at QUT Business Leaders Forum
28.02.14 Brisbane’s drinking water linked to infections
27.02.14 The best way to stay safe is to leave: Expert comment on Hazelwood coal mine fire
27.02.14 Robots Cubed: meet the next generation of entertainment
26.02.14 Warning system to stop car and cycle crashes
26.02.14 Future Drive: How to slash fuel bills with technology
26.02.14 Ghost muster: Australia’s ghost stories indicate a coming of age
25.02.14 Shoppers change the face of supermarkets
25.02.14 Higher fuel prices a breath of fresh air - literally
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